By Paul Auguste. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 13:50:16 PM.
Curved cabinets are really great at concealing and transforming corners. They can accommodate pull-out drawers, open shelves or lazy susan shelves which rotate for easy access to their contents. In fact, a curved corner cabinet can make a great pantry.
Sometimes there’s just no hope to bring a wood floor back to its former glory. But rather than replacing it altogether, give it a thick coat of paint. You’ll keep the texture that a hardwood floor provides while giving your kitchen a whole new look. Just make sure it’s the exterior paint that’s hard as nails and will last you through all the wear and tear.
With the wave of your hand, the sleek glass wall rises to reveal all the cooking necessities including the kitchen faucet and electronic tablet station. Sophisticated backlighting — which comes in a number of colors to suit your mood — comes to life as the door rises and illuminates all the contents. Best of all, when the wall is down, the workspace in front is still accessible, making the area extra functional. It’s the epitome of a hidden kitchen.
This design is perfect for a family kitchen because while the cooktop and sink are in the island for open access at any time, the rest of the working elements and appliances can be hidden behind the secretive doors. When cooking, you can leave them open, revealing everything you might need, but then you can close them before guests arrive, presenting a sleek and clean look. It’s the best of both the working and hidden kitchen styles.
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